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The following suspects were charged with felonies Wednesday at Escambia County Jail.
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The U.S. Department of Justice has delivered a draft settlement to Escambia County in the department's investigation of civil rights issues at the county jail.
The school superintendents for Escambia and Santa Rosa counties are among those weighing in today on Florida's current accountability system before the state's education commissioner.
Escambia County Sheriff's deputies discovered a small stash of drugs and guns in a Pensacola residence after brief car chase Tuesday in West Pensacola, a Sheriff's Office arrest report said.
The following suspects were charged with felonies Tuesday at Escambia County Jail.
When Dr. Kelli Wells took over as head of the Duval County Health Department in May, she said many of the employees were operating in crisis mode.
An Escambia County jury found a Pensacola man guilty slaying a teenager during an altercation last year.
The burn is expected to last until about 3 or 4 p.m. Neither traffic nor residences are expected to be affected by the burn, said Bill Pearson, county public information officer.
One by one, hundreds of men and women their way out of the Salvation Army community center.
A joint operation between the U. S. Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force and the Escambia County Sheriff's Office produced 93 arrests in a span of two weeks.
A Cantonment woman was arrested Monday after she stole Christmas decorations from the front lawns of six homes, according to the Escambia County Sheriff's Office.
An Escambia County man was sentenced to life in prison this afternoon for a fatal 2012 shooting.
More than a dozen colorful and carefully-stitched quilts lined the tables of Workman Middle School's library this morning, awaiting their new destinations among the area's most needy.
Home Instead Senior Care, 100 N. Spring St. Stacy English, 477-1947. * Christmas at Pensacola Lighthouse and Museum: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 5:30 p.m. Sundays, through Dec. 21 with extended hours to 8:30 on Dec. 20-21.